Computers, Logic and Datacoms in the Broadcast Transmission Environment
Thursday, June 2, 2016 from 6:00 PM to 7:30 PM (BST)
San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
Mark will be covering the use of early solid state logic for transmitter control, controlling multiple transmitters and the Radio Data System. He will cover early PCM programme distribution, through to the current NICAM system and the basic make up of modern DAB and DTV broadcasting and the delights of COFDM. He will also look at basic RF principles and the use of computer controlled test gear.
Mark works in transmitter engineering, working on a wide range of kit from 0.5W to 500KW and from LF to SHF. He is specialised in antennas and is now manager of a team of 11 people maintaining a wide portfolio of antennas across the south of the UK.
The event will be held at Aberystwyth University. This will be in A14 in the Hugh Owen building. This is close to the entrance to the main campus.
The talk will start at 6pm. There will be light refreshments available from 5.30pm.
The event is free and open to all. We do ask that you register your place by getting a free ticket from this page.